Adelaide Fringe's own Heather Croall has been given the prestigeous 'Superhero' award at the Doc Edge Festival.
There’s a secret success to the Fringe that no one is talking about: artists from diverse backgrounds and minority groups are finding their voice.
The Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund has announced that they will be awarding a record breaking $106,000 in grant funding between 15 Australian acts for the 2019 Adelaide Fringe.
Are you ready for the Fringe to take their 2018 Parade up a level? We've got the scoop on what's in store.
Adelaide Fringe maintains its crown as Australia’s largest arts festival with today’s release of an astonishing 1223 events in its official 2018 program.
Adelaide Fringe has today released its 2017 Annual Review, revealing the festival has astoundingly doubled its economic impact on South Australia in the past six years.
Adelaide Fringe are looking for the next work artistic genius to brand the 2017 festival, with entries now open to artists and proud parents who might submit their child's finger paintings.
Economically speaking, the 2016 Adelaide Fringe blew previous years out of the water once again.
Some of Adelaide's most beautiful and iconic buildings will be transformed into living canvases of light during the Fringe Festival...
A new multi-purpose performance venue in the heart of the city has been announced for next year’s Adelaide Fringe.
The Adelaide Fringe Board has appointed international documentary festival director and producer Heather Croall as Adelaide Fringe’s next Director and Chief Executive Officer.